Topic Tag: DMV
So DDOT has a new policy in 2017 that in order to obtain a Visitor Parking Pass (VPP), you need to have a valid DC driver’s license or ID card. It used to be that you entered your DC address, and you would receive the pass in the mail, no further identification required.
This new requirement troubles me. I don’t have a car myself, and yet I would need to change my permanent out-of-district driver’s license in order to have visitors. These are legitimate temporary visitors (e.g. housekeeper, my parents, friends) who would use the pass for a few hours at a time, but more than the maximum 2-hours noted on the signs in my Zone 1 neighborhood. (Note that even to get a DC ID card, you cannot have a driver’s license in any state).
I understand the previous system could be abused by drivers who live and/or work in DC, but their vehicles stay registered out-of-district and they use the VPP as a permanent parking pass.
But what about people like me?
Do people feel this is fair? Is there any other way to obtain a VPP that you know of? If I got a DC resident friend or neighbor to give me one (for the appropriate Zone#, of course), would I or they get fined somehow?
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Got a job in DuPont which started in January. No longer needed my DC-registered, insured car so took it home to NC to leave in my parents garage until I am in a place where I want the car up here again.
SURRENDERED MY DC PLATES, but still have insurance.
Trying to decide whether to just register in NC (pay taxes, registration fees) or get new plates in DC. Does anyone know how much this would cost? Would I have to pay taxes on the vehicle again just to renew my registration?
Long story short, I should have converted my MD license to a DC license a while ago. I didn’t. My wallet was stolen Saturday along with my MD license, and so I just have a passport as ID.
Understanding that I will spend the whole day at the DMV, here’s my dilemma:
Do I need to re-take the driver’s test and that rigamarole for DC? Do I get my MD license re-issued (which I’m not sure I can as I’m no longer a resident)? Or is there something in the middle?
Any help would be very much appreciated! The DMV website was not helpful.
…I know this might be a futile effort, but just hoping that the good of the internet can help keep their eyes peeled.
I left my bike locked in front of my office (M st Between 16 & 17) last night because I left my bike lights at home and I didn’t want to ride home in the dark. This AM my good ol’ faithful was missing — the Ulock had been cut by a person with superpowers or some nefarious device. Perhaps it was poofed like the 3% of the earth’s population on HBO’s The Leftovers. But I’m just not willing to accept that.
This. The bike that got me through years of art school, the bike that got me from downtown to my home in midtown one-hundred-million times, the bike that took me from Georgia to North Carolina on the dirty, shittily paved roads of the southern stretches of 95. The brakes are loose and the gears are a little weird by now, but hell, I’m so pathetically in love with the thing I’d even buy it back. “Just shut up and take my money,” I’ll say.
I’m sorry I always talked about how I didn’t like your sporty appearance because I do. I’m sorry for that one time that I rode you around the coastal highways too much and you got rust from the salty air. I’m sorry I left you behind that weekend and cheated on you with another bike, but mostly I’m just sorry that your gone. Please come back.
PS. I love you.
The bike is a Specialized green and white “Vita” hybrid, 27″ spoke wheels, thumb shift, quick release, gel seat for anyone who cares to help! I would GREATLY appreciate it.
I have never used the PoP forums for myself, but I’ve seen lots of questions answered, and after some Googling and scouring the DC DMV website, I thought maybe someone here might be able to help me.
I recently renewed my car registration and zone 3 parking permit – I received my permit and registration card by mail recently, but on my parking permit, instead of the big “3” that my current one has, the letters “No RPP” are written vertically down the side of the permit. I luckily printed and scanned a copy of my receipt when I paid the full $107.00 for both of these things, and my receipt does indeed say “Zone 3 Parking Permit” on it.
I would like to not reapply and pay another $35 to try my hand at receiving a Zone 3 pass, but I also know that the DMV website really steers you clear of going in person to get services like this taken care of. I tried calling the DMV line and got stuck in an endless loop of automated messages, and I sent an email to their generic address (I am not expecting any response back). My zone sticker expires this Saturday, and I’m at a loss! If anyone has any advice, I welcome it with open arms!
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